Virtual German American Forum on Energy Efficiency in Buildings

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Name: Virtual German American Forum on Energy Efficiency in Buildings
Date: April 20, 2021
Time: 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:

This virtual conference will take place on Tuesday, April 20, 2021. Hosted by the German American Chamber of Commerce the forum will offer an opportunity for experts from Germany and local US innovators to discuss ways to cooperate.

The increased usage of renewable energies in our economies leads to a number of important challenges.

The event thus will focus on technologies and solutions in the fields of energy efficiency in buildings. As part of the forum, a German delegation will present their latest solutions, technologies and services. Germany has been known for decades as a leader in renewable energy technologies. The event targets professionals, researchers and thought leaders in the fields of energy efficiency in buildings and renewable energy. 

Please find the agenda of the event here.

Information on the 
participating German companies can be found here.

If you are interested in learning more about the companies and setting up individual meetings, please get in contact with us.

This program is sponsored by the Export Initiative "Energy Solutions - Made in Germany" of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy which aims to:
  • Highlight efficient solutions from Germany that can be implemented in the US.
  • Share industry knowledge internationally to further develop the sustainable building and infrastructure market.
  • Raise awareness among political decision makers and opinion leaders concerning the importance of energy efficiency and the synergy between the two countries.
  • Support climate protection and resource conservation through smarter buildings and infrastructures
Virtual Event: Login details will be provided via email prior to the event.
Contact Information:
Larissa Seifferer
Project Manager
(646) 437-1011
The event is sponsored by the German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and free of charge.